A Busy Man Makes Time For Masonry
From: "k tucker" <email@example.com>
Subject: Yet another message on one day classes.
Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 12:37:22 -0600
Dear Bro. Dryfoos.
I hope it's not presumptuous of me to address you this way as I have
not yet taken my EA degree. I have, in fact only submitted my
application and met with the investigating committee. They will vote on
my application in the next few days and so if I have overstepped please
The point of this letter is to comment, as an applicant, on the
one-day classes. I have spent several hours pouring over the
information on your site and have found that my first instincts were
well founded on the one-day classes. My opinion is that I would not
wish to participate in one.
The individuals whom I approached regarding applying for the degrees
told me that what I was about to experience was part of the foundation
of the brotherhood. That I would be able to look at each of the other
members of my lodge and realize that they had gone through each and
every thing that I was experiencing. I still don't know what they mean
by that but I am looking forward to finding out on the 18th of this
As children many of us were told that if you have to work for
something you hold it more dear than if it is just handed to you. I
have found this to be very true throughout my life and expect no less in
this new endeavor. I expect and look forward to sweating a little to
earn my degrees. Should I find that one of my lodge brothers is a
product of these one-day classes I shall not look down on him, I may
however harbor a small amount of pity for him. He will have missed out
on what I anticipate being one the greatest experiences of my life.
In regards to being busy let me add the following biographical
information. I am a correctional officer and work 12 hour days. I have
a wife and two small children and my wife and I are both attempting to
complete our bachelor's degrees. I take 12 hours of classes per term
minimum to meet my financial aide requirements. I am NOT too busy to
earn my way in freemasonry.
If I offend I beg forgiveness for this is only the opinion of the
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